The story behind Reflectd
Reflectd.co is a non-profit and independent blog about psychology created by me, Simon Moesgaard, a psychologist from Denmark. Here, you’ll hopefully find new perspectives and insights into what it means to be human.
I created Reflectd in 2013 while studying a master’s degree in psychology because I wanted to make psychology more approachable, and nearly 200 articles have been written since then (you can check out to the archives). I always look for new opportunities to write about psychology-related issues.
I mostly write about the scientific literature in psychology. I enjoy learning more each day, and I enjoy writing about it. My interests embrace everything from neuropsychology to clinical psychology. That being said, issues related to stress and motivation preoccupy me especially at the moment.
All psychology studies I write about have been published in reputable academic journals. I try to write articles of practical value in a simple and understandable language so that you get the most out of it.
I link to all the original studies in my posts so that you can look up the sources yourself. Let me know if you have any suggestions for future articles, and don’t hesitate to follow Reflectd so that you are sure to get the latest articles.
Loyal readers have made this blog what it is today. So, thank you for reading and commenting on my articles. I love to hear your opinions, and I hope that Reflectd will inspire you, as it inspires me.
I work as a clinical psychologist in a private practice treating psychological problems. I have not been blogging for a while as I am busy, but I feel like there are lots of posts to be written.
Best wishes, Simon Moesgaard
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